Mae'r tywod yn boeth pan mae'r llanw'n mynd allan ac mae'r crads bach yn falch pan mae'n dechrau nosi. The sand is hot when the tide's out and the friends are pleased when eveni...
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-The seaside town of Tenby is
-a colourful place, full of wonder.
-It has beaches, pools, numerous
-cliffs and an ancient castle.
-Come with us,
-we'll have lots of fun.
-We'll join the little creatures
-of the beaches.
-It's a lovely summer morning.
-The tide is out.
-The boats are moored on the sand.
-This sand is hot already.
-Wil the seagull is going for a walk.
-I haven't had my breakfast yet.
-Wil walks along the beach
-to search for some breakfast.
-He'll find something tasty
-in the seaweed.
-The barnacles are out of the water
-because the tide is out.
-Catrin the crab has almost no water
-to dip into.
-Her friends are heading to shelter
-in the seaweed.
-It's so hot.
-This seaweed should help.
-Ow! Ow! Ooh! My claws are burning.
-The black bait
-has hidden itself deep in the sand.
-As it burrows, it leaves
-thin curls of sand behind it.
-The birds are lucky. They can
-fly down to the water for a dip.
-Look at me! I'm surfing.
-How about me?
-I'm standing on the water.
-The cormorants create a breeze
-by flapping their wings up and down.
-The dogs also enjoy
-splashing in the sea.
-Here I come. Whooppee!
-What's that? My tail!
-You'll make yourself hotter.
-No, I won't. I can splish
-and splash in the cold water.
-Wee-hee! Look at me.
-Wee-hee! Splish, splash, splosh.
-It's almost midday.
-Up on the cliff-top,
-the sun's heat can be felt.
-I'm so glad my woolly coat has gone.
-The sheep feel so much better...
-..now that their woolly coats
-have been sheared.
-You're lucky, I'm still wearing
-my coat. I'm sweating pints.
-I'm so hot.
-Me too. It's too hot to move.
-In the afternoon, it starts to cool.
-The tide is turning.
-The sea reaches the rocks again.
-Catrin hurries back to the water.
-It's so nice in the water.
-Catrin enjoys blowing bubbles
-in the clear water.
-Soon, the rock pool
-is filled with water.
-The little creatures are content.
-It's also cooled down
-on the cliff-top.
-It's lovely when night falls.
-Time for some supper before the
-sheep settle down for the night.
-The ducks and seagulls
-get ready for bed too.
-Come on, wash your feathers
-before you turn in for the night.
-Whose feather is this?
-While most of the creatures
-prepare for bed...
-have only just woken up.
-Who wants to play hide-and-seek?
-Me, me. I'll hide, you seek.
-It's too hot to play during the day
-but it's cool now.
-are having a great time.
-for the other creatures.
-Can I have a story, Mami?
-A little cwtch before you go to bed.
-Wil's also settling down
-for the night. Sleep tight, Wil.
Mae'r tywod yn boeth pan mae'r llanw'n mynd allan ac mae'r crads bach yn falch pan mae'n dechrau nosi. The sand is hot when the tide's out and the friends are pleased when evening comes.